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Anne Heche Taken Off Life Support, Rep Says; Dies at 53

Anne Heche, who starred in such films as Donnie Brasco, Volcano and Wag the Dog and on TV shows including Men in Trees and Hung during a troubled life and career, was taken off life support Sunday night, her rep announced. Heche, 53, had spent several days in a coma at the Grossman Burn Center […]

ILY Films Takes U.K. Rights to Alec Baldwin Disaster Movie ‘Supercell’ (Exclusive)

Brit specialist distributor ILY Films has picked up U.K. right to Supercell, a Twister-style action/disaster movie about storm chasers starring Alec Baldwin. The feature, from first-time director Herbert James Winterstern, is currently in post and set for a 2022 release. Baldwin star as Zane Rogers, a greedy and unscrupulous man who has turned the life-threatening […]

‘Scream’ Star Skeet Ulrich Says He “Knew” About Harvey Weinstein Claims

The actor, who currently stars on the CW's 'Riverdale,' talks about the allegations made against the disgraced mogul, who was an executive producer on the Wes Craven horror film.

Cannes: Skeet Ulrich Returns to Horror in ‘Escape Room’

Global Genesis Group is shopping the film, which also features Sean Young, in Cannes.

Skeet Ulrich to Star in Howard Gordon’s CBS Drama ‘Anatomy of Violence’

The "Jericho" star will play Dr. Raines, something of a maverick FBI criminal psychiatrist who specializes in interrogation as to the reasons people commit acts of extreme violence.

‘Law & Order: Los Angeles’ Stars Alfred Molina, Terrence Howard Expand Roles

The news comes a day after three of the show's cast members -- including Skeet Ulrich -- departed amid a creative revamp.

‘Law & Order: Los Angeles’ Star Skeet Ulrich, Two Others Exit Show

NBC's freshman procedural is undergoing a creative revamp.

Real Gun Found During ‘Law & Order: Los Angeles’ Shoot

Police officers were called to the scene after a cameraman spotted a semiautomatic handgun on a rock.

Law & Order: Los Angeles — TV Review

Have a care for "Law & Order: Los Angeles," a series that carries more baggage and expectations than any premiere rightly should.